COAHUILA – Secretaría de Inclusión y Desarrollo Social of the State of Coahuila, headed by Francisco Saracho Navarro, will prioritize the implementation of water works, electrification and drainage for the municipalities of the entity with whom it is even willing to double the resource they invest.
Saracho Navarro said that these are Social Infrastructure Funds that can be invested in municipalities that request it as is the case of Saltillo, where Mayor Manolo Jimenez already expressed interest in investing resources for electrification.
“…we are talking to the mayors, in the case of the mayor of Saltillo, Manolo Jiménez, he brings more than US$518,028 million for electrification and that would turn it into US$1 million,” said the representative.
He indicated that for Secretaría de Inclusión y Desarrollo, the priority works are those of water, electrification and drainage; since for them, there is no problem to duplicate resources.
The official said that with these works, the population benefits directly, because this allows improving people’s quality of life.
Source: El Diario de Coahuila